Mental Health & Behavioral Resources
ACCESS STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES-AB 2022
According to the National Association of School Psychologists, "Mentally healthy children are more successful in school and life. Good mental health is critical to children’s success in school and life. Research demonstrates that students who receive social-emotional and mental health support achieve better academically. School climate, classroom behavior, on-task learning, and students’ sense of connectedness and well-being all improve as well. Mental health is not simply the absence of mental illness but also encompasses social, emotional, and behavioral health and the ability to cope with life’s challenges. Left unmet, mental health problems are linked to costly negative outcomes such as academic and behavior problems, dropping out, and delinquency."
In accordance with AB 2022, Pupil mental health services: school notification, the Buckeye Union School District wants to ensure that parents, guardians, and students are informed about resources available for anyone who believes they are in a mental health crisis. We encourage parents/guardians and students to talk with any adult in the school district if they are concerned about another student and possible mental health needs. Take all threats of suicide seriously.
School District Resources
Buckeye Union School District 916-985-2183
Mental health services in schools include a broad range of services, settings, and strategies. Psychological and mental health services in schools are designed to improve instruction and coordinate and evaluate plans to meet unique individual needs for learning or behavior problems. BUSD utilizes a multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS) to design prevention and intervention programs. BUSD provides crisis intervention, suicide prevention, and other mental health strategies as part of a student support services team. Mental health services that are provided at BUSD may include academic counseling, brief interventions to address behavior problems, assessments, and referrals to other systems.
Students may access Mental Health Services through the classroom teacher, administration, health clerk, or any of the personnel on campus.
El Dorado County Behavioral Health
768 Pleasant Valley Rd., Suite 201
Diamond Springs, CA 95619
Crisis Hotline: 530-622-3345
The general line from El Dorado Hills: 916-358-9555 x6290
Local number: 530-621-6290
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 800-273-8255
Crisis Textline by texting TALK to 74171